The entrance building, from the car park.
Signposts to the various areas - mostly Scandanavian & Mid/Eastern European settlers came to live in Wisconsin - and they would have felt right at home, as the countryside & climate are very similar to the countries they left behind.
The cobbler's - and Mr Goodyear obviously made rubber boots before he branched out into tyres!
The cobbler's bed
A fantastic range/stove
Some really interesting seed pods - we don't have these in the UK and I'd be interested to know what they are.
Decorative arts in the Victorian drawing room...
Egyptian keyhole door architrave design
A corn (maize) store, roof overhangs so that when it rains the corn doesn't get wet.
An old threshing machine being demonstrated.
Chipmunk scavenging the extra chicken food
One of the old homes - Norwegian, I think
A headless chicken! And you thought they were objects of myth & legend???
Cotswold sheep - a very rare breed in the US, slightly less rare in the UK
Old farm tool being demonstrated by volunteer
The barn, where there is a restaurant on the lower level, serving good food at reasonable prices